CANTON — During the early stages of the pandemic, Hannah Pierce grew frustrated that she was unable to exhibit her ceramic sculptures at museums and galleries.
Months dragged on until restrictions were lifted and her imaginative artwork went on display.
“I don’t really think my online presence tells a story about the work,” Pierce said. “You don’t really get to know it from online or just by pictures. So I really want people to see my work in person, so that’s a struggle I think I’ve had (during the pandemic).”
Titled “Unsound,” her exhibition can be seen at the Canton Museum of Art, 1001 Market Ave. N, through March 6 among a collection of works from other artists.
“I found it kind of hard to get back in the studio for a little bit,” the San Diego area artist said of the pandemic. “And then I kind of went full force into it since 2021. But I think 2020 was kind of bleak…